Lakeside events this weekend

Plant a tree on Friday, help clean up on Saturday and cycle on Sunday – all by the side of Bangalore lakes!

The SayTrees Environmental Trust,in association with TESCO, is planting 350 saplings at Sheelavanthakere Lake, Whitefield on Friday, 12th June 2015, 8:00 a.m. onwards. Join hands with other nature lovers to pave the way for a home for thousands of birds at this lake. Those intending to attend are requested to please fill the form: For more details, contact Durgesh [9008659007], visit the SayTrees website and Facebook page.

The Save Horamavu Lakes team is having a massive Cleaning Drive at the Horamavu Agara Lake on Saturday, 13th June 2015, from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Check the location of the lake here

It won’t be only work that morning. Participants are in for some fun too, with a Trashbag Challenge for adults, Composting Workshop for children and Wastebin painting. Water and light refreshments will be available. See poster below. Join the Save Horamavu Lakes Team on Facebook and follow the SaveHoramavuLake blog

Alahalli Lake & Neighbourhood Trust is hosting Cycle Day on Sunday, 14th June 2015, 7:00 a.m. onwards.

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